Scope of Jobs in Textile Sector | Scope of Textile Jobs in Bangladesh

Economical crisis of the recent years is increasing in international market. This harmful affect has falling down the economy of Bangladesh. To overcome this problem many mills and industries have cutting out their labors. As a result unemployment problem is increasing remarkably. The effectiveness of this result is contributing to do unstable of social condition. It affects on collapsing of human nature. Kidnapping, steeling on street have become common affair in Bangladesh.
Scope of Textile and Apparel Jobs in Bangladesh

If we consider different job sectors in Bangladesh. In this case textile sectors is completely exception to other section. When the entrepreneurs of other sector are trying to short their business. But in textile sector this situation are completely reversible . New entrepreneurs are increasing day by day in textile sectors. Specially in RMG sectors. Currently, there are more than 8,000 RMG firms in Bangladesh. More than 95 per cent of those firms are locally owned with the exception of a few foreign firms located in export processing zones . The RMG firms are located mainly in three main cities: the capital city Dhaka, the port city Chittagong and the industrial city Narayangonj. Bangladesh RMG firms vary in size. Based on Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) data, found that in recent times more than 78 per cent of the firms employed a maximum of 400 employees each.

Garment companies in Bangladesh form formal or informal groups. The grouping helps to share manufacturing activities, to diversify risks; horizontal as well as vertical coordination can be easily found in such group activities

Scope of Textile and Apparel Jobs in Bangladesh

Scope of job in textile sector are mentioned below:

1. Production
2. Govt/Others
3. Govt Job (Special)
4. Special Job

A. Production

1. Lab
2. Spinning

  • Production
  • Quality
3. Fabric
  • Knitting
  • Weaving
4. Dyeing
5. Planning
6. R & D
7. Garments production
8. Finishing
9. Quality

  • Grey quality
  • Fabric quality
10. Printing
11. Technical officer
12. Fabric technology
13. Washing
14. Industrial Engineering
15. Compliance
16. HR (Human Resource)
17. Sample section/development

B. Govt/Others

8. EPB
10. EPZ
11. DOT
12. MOT
13. BTEB
14. BTMC

C. Govt Job (Special)

1. DOT (Assistant Director)
2. Instructor (Technical)
3. Instructor (Vocational)
4. Superintend (Vocational)
5. University (Public)
6. University(Private)
7. College (Textile)
8. Textile Institute (Public & Private)
9. PSC (Non Cadre)
10. BCS

D. Special Job

1. Marketing

2. Testing
  • SGS
  • ITS
  • Intertek
  • Bureau Veritas
3. Merchandising

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Mazharul Islam Kiron is a textile consultant and researcher on online business promotion. He is working with one European textile machinery company as a country agent. He is also a contributor of Wikipedia.

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